CTVA US Drama - "The Love Boat" Season 3 (1979-80)

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Season 3 (1979-80)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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ABC Saturdays 9:00pm Eastern
Guest stars names only (without picture) shown on opening titles for season 3.

3.1/3.2 [--] The Love Boat: <prod. no. K-54> ALASKA WEDDING CRUISE (2hr Special)
15-Sep-1979 ABC Sat
Starring: Gavin Macleod, Bernie Kopell, Fred Grandy, Ted Lange, Lauren Tewes, Jill Whelan
Produced by Gordon and Lynne Farr and Henry Colman
Directed by Roger Duchowny.
director of photography: Irving Lippman / music by Artie Kane
(1) BUDDY & PORTIA'S STORY
Written by Lan O'Kun
(2) JULIE'S STORY
Written by Lee Aronsohn
(3) CAROL & DOUG'S STORY
Written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer
(4) PETER & ALICIA'S STORY
Written by Ray Jessel
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Lorne Greene ....... Buddy Bowers
Mark Harmon ........ Doug Bradbury
Lisa Hartman ....... Carol Bowers
Caren Kaye ......... Natalie
Audra Lindley ...... Portia Fairchild
Ray Milland ........ Peter Bradbury
Donny Most ......... Marv Prine
Eleanor Parker ..... Alicia Bradbury
Tony Roberts* ...... Jack Chenault
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Robert Lussier (Rev. McGuffrey)
Stephanie Steele (Nancy)
Julia Duffy (Sandy)
The Pacific Princess transports a wedding party to Alaska for the nuptials of the son of a wealthy heiress and the
granddaughter of a fiercely independent oil man. The groom's old friend does her best to ensure that the wedding never
happens. The groom's mother tries to hide the truth about her crumbling finances. Her estranged ex-husband shows up
uninvited in the hopes of making amends with his son. He befriends Capt. Stubing. The best man tries to make a play
for Julie; but she cannot stop thinking about her ex-flame Jack, who lives in Alaska. The bride's grandfather and the
groom's wisecracking aunt take a liking to each other, but are reluctant to admit they are in love. Isaac becomes
obsessed with learning trivia about Alaska. Gopher tries to hit on the bridesmaids.
Carol and Doug's wedding is threatened by Natalie's interference and the financial problems of Doug's mother. Peter
hides the truth about his health as he tries to teach Alicia the importance of living each day to the fullest. Buddy
and Portia impulsively decide to get married. Julie gets swept away by the romance of the cruise and decides to accept
Jack's marriage proposal. She finds an unpleasant surprise when she goes to his house with her answer. Gopher still
wants to make time with the bridesmaids, but Capt. Stubing and his job repeatedly get in the way.
*Note: In this episode, Tony Roberts is only seen in flashbacks of his previous appearance.

3.3 [55] The Love Boat:
22-Sep-1979 ABC Sat
Written by Jan Jessel, Tom Dunsmuir, Bob Fraser & Rob Dames
Directed by Alan Rafkin
(1) OLDIES BUT GOODIES
An older couple finds its attempts at romance complicated by the presence of her obnoxious, golddigging daughter
and his overprotective manservant.
(2) THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER
Julie's roommate from cruise director training takes a cruise with her young son. Julie and Tina each envy the life
the other has chosen for herself. When Tina offers some ideas for an upcoming party, Julie resents her friend for
moving in on her territory.
(3) THE (THREE) STAGES OF LOVE
A young couple's romance begins to fall apart because the man is obsessed with analyzing the relationship and
comparing even the most minor developments to the "three stages" he went through with past girlfriends.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Amanda Blake ........Nora Knox
Joan Hackett ........Tina Phillips
Werner Klemperer ....Perkins
Eddie Mekka .........Mike
Karen Morrow ........Daphne Knox
Lani O'Grady ........Robin
Adam Rich ...........Brian Phillips
Barry Sullivan ......Phillip Schaeffer

3.4 [--] The Love Boat:
29-Sep-1979 ABC Sat
Written by Ben Joelson & Art Baer, Carmen Finestra, Haskell arkin
Directed by James Sheldon & Alan Rafkin
(1) DOC, BE PATIENT
Flirtatious Doc has the flu and must follow the instructions of a beautiful female doctor.
(2) DANCE WITH ME
Marcy, a former dancer who has now opened her own school tries to convince her ex-partner to come to Germany to teach
for her. He is reluctant to give up his life with his much younger (and very talented) partner/girlfriend, even though
he is putting his health at risk and holding her back from a potentially successful career.
(3) GOING MY WAY
A wacky woman has been given the heave-ho by her boyfriend and asks her cab driver to travel with her instead.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Starr Danias ....... Joanna Robbins
Arlene Golonka ..... Susie Butterfield
Buddy Hackett ...... Mickey Greenbaum
Carol Lawrence ..... Marcy McGuire
John Meehan ........ William Delaney
Susan Sullivan ..... Dr. Emily Bradford

3.5 [--] The Love Boat:
06-Oct-1979 ABC Sat
Written by Howard Albrecht & Sol Weinstein, Rob Dames & Bob Fraser, Joyce Armor & Judie Neer
Directed by Jack Arnold
(1) THE AUDIT COUPLE
A female accountant flips for Captain Stubing while going over the ship's books.
(2) THE SCOOP
TV star Jackie Landers takes the cruise with her disabled son, but fears for their privacy when she discovers
that a gossip magazine writer is on board.
(3) MY BOYFRIEND'S BACK
A man tries to steal his ex-girlfriend away from her new husband.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Ray Buktenica ...... Scott Allen
Joyce DeWitt ....... Jackie Landers
Phyllis Diller ..... Viola Penny
Richard Kline ...... Denny Lucas
Jennifer Salt ...... Trish Lucas
Lyle Waggoner ...... Jay Cavanaugh
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Shane Butterworth (Billy Landers)
David Matthau (Walt)

3.6 [--] The Love Boat:
13-Oct-1979 ABC Sat
Written by Lee Aronsohn, Henry Colman, Ann Gibbs & Joel Kimmel
Directed by Alan Rafkin
(1) GOPHER'S GREATEST HITS
When Gopher agrees to take over for a sick performer he finds out that his vocal cords are not the most entertaining.
(2) THE VACATION
Two sisters who usually take the cruise together are joined by one sister's husband.
(3) ONE ROSE A DAY
A widow meets the man responsible for sending her roses - her longtime florist.
Guest Cast in Alphabetical Order:
Don Ameche ......... Henry Dobson
Joanna Cassidy ..... Joan Horner
Conrad Janis ....... Byron Horner
Jaye P. Morgan ..... Olivia Brinkley
Martha Scott ....... Janet Latham
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Patty Davis (Woman)
Andrew Masset (Roger)

3.7 [59] The Love Boat:
20-Oct-1979 ABC Sat
(1) CREW CONFESSIONS
Isaac shocks the crew when he writes about them in his scintillating novel.
(2) HAVEN'T I SEEN YOU?
A man has the problem of trying to convince people that he is not a well-known star.
(3) REUNION
When a husband and wife are reunited, they share a deep secret.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Jean Pierre Aumont ... Mr. Fluro
Pat Finley ......... Adele
Don Knotts ......... Herb Grobecker
Julie Newmar ....... Marla
Jane Wyatt ......... Mrs. Fluro
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
John-David Wilder (Newsman)

3.8 [60] The Love Boat:
27-Oct-1979 ABC Sat
Written by Barry Blitzer , Michael Norell, Tom Dunsmuir
Directed by James Sheldon
(1) CINDY
A young woman (Melissa Sue Anderson) boards the ship with her stepmother and obnoxious stepsisters and Gopher finds
out she can sing.
(2) PLAY BY PLAY
A sports broadcaster (Christopher George) clashes with his female partner (Lynda Day George). She grows tired of
his sexist remarks and challenges him to a series of athletic contests, with the loser having to quit his or her job.
(3) WHAT'S A BROTHER FOR?
A disabled man demands his brother's constant attention, complicating his potential romance.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Melissa Sue Anderson .... Cindy Jerome
Christopher George ... Bud Pomeroy
Lynda Day George ..... Peggy Rossmore
Tom Hallick .......... Tom Benton
Carolyn Jones ........ Margaret Edith Jerome
Frank Sinatra Jr. .... Preston Maddox
Joan Van Ark ......... Kris Hailey
Patrick Wayne ........ Matt Benton
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Rhonda Bates (Sue-Sue)
Lila Kent (Dee-Dee)

3.9 [61] The Love Boat:
b: 03-Nov-1979
Written by Tony Webster, Lee Aronsohn, Howard Albrecht & Sol Weinstein
Directed by Gordon Farr
(1) NEVER SAY GOODBYE
Stubing receives a letter from Vicki, the daughter of a past love who has died, but finds out that Vicki has run away.
(2) A NEW WOMAN
Julie plays matchmaker for two shy, old-fashioned people who are unaccustomed to the workings of modern romance.
(3) TRIAL ROMANCE
A man and a woman who were on the same deadlocked jury meet again.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Sandra Deel .......... Dolores Strickland (NOT Sandra Dee)
Louis Nye ............ Barney Briscoe
Jo Ann Pflug ......... Ann Noyce
Gale Storm ........... Rose Conacad
Vic Tayback .......... Harry Stewart
Jill Whelan .......... Vicki Stubing
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Sid Gould (Sidney)
Margarita Garcia (Carlotta)

3.11/3.12 [62-63] The Love Boat: DALLAS COWBOYS CHEERLEADERS (2hr Special)
10-Nov-1979 ABC Sat
Produced by Ben Joelson & Art Baer and Henry Colman
Creative Consultant Gordon Farr / Executive Consultant Lynne Farr
Written by Ben Joelson & Art Baer, Margie Peters
Directed by Roger Duchowny
Note: Jill Whelan becomes an official cast member as Vicki Stubing.
*
(1) CRITICAL SUCCESS
Written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer
A famous dancer/actress who is helping with the charity event repeatedly declines Capt. Stubing's request that she
take part in the performance. She is annoyed by the presence of her ex-fiancé, a notoriously tough theater critic. He
hopes to win her back and convince her to take the lead in a play that he has written.
(2) THE LOVE LAMP IS LIT
Written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer
A divorcing couple (the Haymens) plots to steal a valuable gem, which is hidden in a lamp that keeps getting
passed between crew members.
(3) TAKE MY BOYFRIEND, PLEASE
Written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer
(4) RENT A FAMILY
Written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer
A man, who has been lying to his boss about having a family, hires a group of actors to pose as his mother, wife
and son for the company's "family cruise." This complicates his romance with one of the cheerleaders.
(5) THE MAN IN HER LIFE
Written by Margie Peters
A cheerleader's mother mistakenly fears that her daughter is trying to steal her boyfriend.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders
Bill Daily .......... Paul Turner
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. ... Elliot Norman
John Hillerman ...... Fred Hartman
Larry Linville ...... Lou Hayman
Dina Merrill ........ Helen Ames
Ginger Rogers ....... Stella Logan
Natalie Schafer ..... Mrs. Hartman
William Windom ...... Bill Kelly
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Patsy Kelly (Mabel Higgins)
Roz Kelly (Lola LaShane)
Gunilla Hutton (Mrs. Hayman)
Stephen Shortridge (Mark Scott)
Jackie Earle Haley (Teenager)
Eduardo Ricardo (Priest)
Tony Ramirez (Ramon)
*
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders:
Tami Barber, Gaye Carter, Kim Kilway, Suzette Scholz, Shannon Baker, Debi Brooks, Susan Jones,
Kim McKenney, Pam Richey, Tammy Roberts, Michelle Vaughan, Jill Waggoner,
Suzanne Mitchell (Cheerleaders Director)
Texi Waterman (Cheerleaders Choreographer)
Dancers:
Ron L. Steinbeck, Michael Cody, Jeff Parker, Jim Taylor
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders come on board as part of a charity fundraiser for an Acapulco orphanage.
*
Ginger Rogers performs "Love Will Keep Us Together," Written by Neil Sedaka and
best known as a #1 hit for The Captain & Tenille.

3.12 [64] The Love Boat:
17-Nov-1979 ABC Sat
Written by Jay Grossman, Lee Aronsohn, Howard Merrill
Directed by George Tyne
(1) BROTHERHOOD OF THE SEA
The crew plans a surprise birthday party for Julie. Isaac, Gopher and Doc try to keep her from getting suspicious
by claiming that allof their secretive conversations are part of the "Brotherhood of the Sea," a clandestine
organization that only accepts men. This infuriates Julie, who becomes determined to break down the gender
barrier at any cost. She winds up ignoring a potential suitor while the guys try to distract her by putting her
through an "initiation" process.
(2) LETTER TO BABYCAKES
A woman inadvertently finds a sexy letter in her boyfriends luggage and confronts him with it.
(3) DADDY'S PRIDE
A young gymnast grows tired of the pressure placed on her by her overbearing father, who is determined to mold her
into an Olympic champion. A lonely rich boy, travelling on the cruise alone, tries to encourage her to have some fun.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Christopher Connelly .... Rory Daniels
Alex Cord ........... Mr. Barrett
Sydney Goldsmith .... Ginger
Telma Hopkins ....... Tracy
Stephen Manley ...... Kevin
Nancy McKeon ........ Penny Barrett
Jimmie Walker ....... Wally
Desmond Wilson ...... Bart
Sid Gould ........... Sidney

3.13 [65] The Love Boat:
24-Nov-1979 ABC Sat
Written by Haskell Barkin, Ray Jessel, Gordon Farr
Directed by Alan Rafkin and Roger Duchowny
Note:
Jill Whelan does not appear in this episode and is not credited. It was likely filmed before she joined the cast.
(1) NOT NOW, I'M DYING
Doc suspects that a friend's boyfriend is still playing the field. When she tries to prove him wrong by suggesting
a quickie wedding, the man claims to have contracted a terminal illness.
(2) ELEANOR'S RETURN
Capt. Stubing hopes for another chance at love with his recently divorced ex-flame, Eleanor, but she takes an
interest in someone else.
(3) TOO YOUNG TO LOVE -aka- THEY TRIED TO TELL US WE'RE TOO YOUNG
The captain assigns Gopher to keep an eye on two teenagers who are posing as newlyweds and shacking up in the
honeymoon suite, as one of them is the daughter of the Executive Vice President of the cruise line.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Frank Aletter ....... Arnold James
Barbi Benton ........ Lucy
Jon Cypher .......... Russell Evans
Cristen Kauffman .... Monica James
Dack Rambo .......... Peter Welch
Barbara Rush ........ Eleanor Gardner
Timothy Patrick Murphy ....Terry Gibson
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Sid Gould (Sidney)

3.14 [66] The Love Boat:
01-Dec-1979 ABC Sat
Teleplay by Ben Joelson & Art Baer, Lee Aronsohn, Gordon Farr
Stories by Gordon Farr, Bob Fraser, Rob Dames
Directed by Allen Baron
(1) THE STIMULATION OF STEPHANIE
A professor doing research on romantic reactions asks his student to help him in his latest experiment.
(2) THE NEXT STEP
A man has been cut from his football team makes everyone's life miserable.
(3) LIFE BEGINS AT 40
A woman books the honeymoon suite and schedules a reception, despite the fact that she isn't seeing anyone. She hopes
that she can find a husband before her 40th birthday in a few days. Julie tries to talk her out of the wedding,
and teach her that her self-worth shouldn't be based on her marital status.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Char Fontane ......... Stephanie Chapman
Roosevelt Grier ...... Virgil Plummer
Judy Landers ......... Doc's Date
Dick Martin .......... Professor Norman Bridges
Melba Moore .......... Claudette Plummer
Jo Anne Worley ....... Dotty Anderson
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Aharon Ipale (Ricardo)
Sid Gould (Sidney)
Tony Ballen (Dan)
Ted Chapman (Dotty's Suitor)

3.15 [67] The Love Boat:
08-Dec-1979 ABC Sat
Written by Carmen Finestra, Fred Grandy, Tony Webster
Directed by Richard Kinon
(1) THE SPIDER SERENADE
Gopher finds romance with a recently separated passenger--until her estranged husband suddenly shows up and
announces his intention of winning her back.
(2) NEXT DOOR WIFE
A woman tries to pry her soon-to-be-ex-husband away from his girlfriend by coming on the cruise and rooming in the
cabin next to theirs.
(3) THE HARDER THEY FALL
Two distinguished passengers, who squared off in a boxing match decades earlier, renew their rivalry. They
schedule a fight on the ship to settle the score once and for all.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Milton Berle ......... Ed Taylor
Susan Buckner ........ Kim Patterson
Alan Hale Jr. ........ Jack McTigue
Nancy Kulp ........... Sylvia McTigue
James MacArthur ...... Chet Hanson
Sheila MacRae ........ Helen Taylor
Joanna Pettet ........ Carol Hanson
Jill St. John ........ Claire Dalrymple
Robert Sampson ....... Nelson Finner

3.16 [68] The Love Boat:
15-Dec-1979 ABC Sat
Written by Ben Joelson & Art Baer, Don Segall, Marc Sheffler
Directed by Gordon Farr
(1) DOC'S "EX" CHANGE
Doc's most recent wife, Samantha, comes aboard with some shocking news: thanks to a crooked divorce lawyer who
never filed their papers, they are still married.
(2) THE GIFT
A man admits to his wife that he "borrowed" from his company's petty cash to pay for their cruise, as he felt
ashamed by the fact that he couldn't give her things. They believe they may have found a way out of their
predicament when they find 2000 dollars hidden in a jacket loaned to them by a passenger's wife.
The man tries to retrieve his money without letting his wife find out that he is still gambling.
(3) MAKING THE GRADE
A boy is horrified when his mother begins dating his hated history teacher.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Kaye Ballard ........ Jean Redmond
Ronee Blakley ....... Mrs. Carter
Sonny Bono .......... Kenny Carter
Red Buttons ......... Buddy Redmond
Dick Gautier ........ John Hurley
Juliet Prowse ....... Samantha Bricker
Jessica Walter ...... Madeline Harris
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Johnny Timko (Danny Harris)

3.17 [--] The Love Boat: <prod. no. K-66>
12-Jan-1980 ABC Sat
Produced by Ben Joelson and Art Baer and Henry Colman
Written by Tony Webster, Ben Joelson & Art Baer
Directed by George Tyne.
director of photography: Irving Lippman / music: Artie Kane.
(1) APRIL'S LOVE
April Lopez (Charo) returns to the ship with her fiancé, a former used car salesman turned manager whom she has
known only a few weeks. The crew is certain that the man is scamming her.
(2) HAPPY ENDING
A couple board the ship with the intention of finishing both their last writing assignment and their marriage.
(3) WE THREE
A man is shocked to run into the daughter he gave up for adoption and her adoptive mother. He agonizes over
whether to tell her the truth about her parentage.
Guest Stars on Alphabetical Order:
Don Adams ........... Bill Robinson
Charo ............... April Lopez
Marjorie Lord ....... Martha Rogers
Juliet Mills ........ Betty Robinson
Forrest Tucker ...... Honest Tex
Ross Martin ......... Tom Thornton
Laurie Walters ...... Laura Rogers
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Kyle Aletter

3.18/3.19 [--] The Love Boat: <prod. no. K-60> (2hr special)
19-Jan-1980 ABC Sat
Produced by Gordon and Lynne Farr and Henry Colman
Directed by Roger Duchowny.
(1) KINFOLK
Written by Lee Aronsohn
A singer worries that his hillbilly relatives will embarrass him and ruin his chance of catching a record producer's
eye. The producer becomes attracted to the singer's sister, who begins to doubt her commitment to her fiancé from
back home.
(2) SIS & THE SLICKER
Written by Lee Aronsohn
Kitty (Loni Anderson) considers leaving her family to marry Steve (Rich Little).
(3) MOONLIGHT & MOONSHINE
Written by Lee Aronsohn
An authoress pictures the family as potential characters for her next book. She poses as a mountain woman to
get the grandfather to open up to her. Grandson Danny (Donny Osmond) sees trouble.
(4) TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT
Written by Lee Aronsohn
Doc, Isaac and Gopher room with Capt. Stubing after their cabins are flooded. They proceed to drive him crazy,
and won't let him get any sleep.
(5) THE AFFAIR
Two couples take the cruise together. Dave (Richard Roundtree) & Cynthia (Pamala Grier) and Frank (Robert Guillaume)
& Moira (Denise Nicholas). One of the women tries to convince her friend that their spouses are having an affair.
Written by Lan O'Kun
Guest Stars
Loni Anderson ....... Kitty Schofield
Eve Arden ........... Verna Wasser
Randall Carver ...... Elmer Fargus
Pamala Grier ........ Cynthia Williams
Robert Guillaume .... Frank Bellow
Rich Little ......... Steve Cyrelle
Denise Nicholas ..... Moira Bellow
Donny Osmond ........ Danny Fields
Richard Paul ........ Floyd Schofield
Slim Pickens ........ Lucius Schofield
Marion Ross ......... Emmy Schofield
Richard Roundtree .... Dave Williams
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Suzy Mandel (Trina)
James Dobson (Anderson)
Joseph Burns (Man)
*
Donny Osmond performs Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Travelin' Band" and John Denver's "Take Me Home Country Roads".

3.20 [--] The Love Boat: <prod. no. K-67>
26-Jan-1980 ABC Sat
Produced by Harvey Bullock and Ray Allen and Henry Colman
Written by Ray Allen & Anitra Earle
Directed by Roger Duchowny.
(1) RENT A ROMEO
Doc's plans for a rendezvous are spoiled when the woman's recently dumped (and extremely depressed) sister tags
along on the cruise. Doc tries to get some privacy by having a playboy romance the sister.
(2) MATCHMAKER, MATCHMAKER
Vicki helps a young boy's efforts to reunite his divorced parents.
(3) Y' GOTTA HAVE HEART
A woman tries to keep her husband on a short leash, as he has recently undergone heart surgery and she fears
he will drop dead at any moment.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Ja'net DuBois ....... Evelyn Hopkins
Phil Harris ......... Harvey Cronkle
Vicki Lawrence ...... Carol Holtham
Cleavon Little ...... Andrew Hopkins
Joe Namath .......... Rod Baylor
Misty Rowe .......... Sherry Holtham
Brett Somers ........ Sarah Cronkle
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Mark James (Jimmy Hopkins)
Taurean Blacque (Mike)

3.21 [--] The Love Boat:
02-Feb-1980 ABC Sat
Written by Lee Aronsohn, Eric Gethers, Casey Keller & Richard Albrecht
Directed by Richard Kinon
(1) THE CAPTAIN'S NE'RE-DO-WELL BROTHER
Capt. Stubing is wary of the presence of his brother, a notorious scam artist who seems to have set his sights
on a wealthy passenger.
(2) THE PERFECT MATCH
A woman uses a computer to track down the perfect father for her child, whom she follows on the cruise.
(3) THE REMAKE
Julie's widowed aunt falls for a man who reminds her of her late husband.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
James Broderick ....... Neal Rich
Florence Henderson .... Christine Frank
Diane Ladd ............ Ruby Givens
Kent McCord ........... Howard Samuels
Connie Stevens ........ Holly Christopher
O.D.Warbux ............ Marshall Stubing
Gavin MacLeod also plays Marshall Stubing in this episode.
He appears in the opening credits under the pseudonym "O.D. Warbux."

3.22 [--] The Love Boat: <prod. no. K-68>
b: 09-Feb-1980 ABC Sat
Produced by Ben Joelson and Art Baer and Henry Colman
Teleplays by Gordon Farr, Fred S. Fox & Seaman Jacobs, Tony Webster / Stories by Tony Webster, Lee Aronsohn
Directed by Gordon Farr.
director of photography: Irving Lippman.
(1) NOT SO FAST, GOPHER
Gopher invites his widowed mother onto the ship in the hopes of cheering her up, but is hurt by her seemingly
cheerful attitude, which he interprets as an insult to his father.
(2) HAVEN'T WE MET BEFORE ?
A group of buddies takes a cruise. One of the men meets a woman who is a regular customer at the restaurant where
he works. He lies about his identity because he thinks she would be put off by the fact that he is a waiter.
(3) FOREIGN EXCHANGE -aka- SEOUL MATES
A comic's romance with the reporter who is writing a feature about him appears doomed after she takes offense to his act.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Nicholas Hammond ...... Paul Stockman
The Hudson Brothers:
Bill Hudson (as Lewis Costa), Brett Hudson (as Ed Corey), Mark Hudson (as Jerry Crawford)
Ethel Merman .......... Roz Smith
Hayley Mills .......... Lila Stanhoke
Gene Rayburn .......... Lyle Warwick
Johnny Yune ........... Jimmy Kim
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Momo Yashima (Kendall Park)

3.23 [--] The Love Boat:
01-Mar-1980 ABC Sat
Written by Henry Colman, Evelyn Marienberg, Harvey Bullock
Directed by Allen Baron
(1) ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER PLACE
A friend of Capt. Stubing's runs into his long-lost old flame (Jane Wyman), who has since become a nun.
He professes his love for her, forcing her to make a difficult decision about her future.
(2) DOCTOR WHO
A woman pursues a shy astronomer, mistakenly believing that he is the renowned sex therapist/author who is
travelling incognito on the ship.
(3) GOPHER'S ENGAGEMENT
A young woman's pushy mother constantly nags her to find a wealthy husband. Gopher tries to cheer the woman by
asking her to dance and giving her what he thinks is a cheap toy ring, unaware that it is actually a passenger's
lost engagement ring.
Guest Cast in Alphabetical Order:
Phyllis Davis ........ Evie Sue Miller
Arte Johnson ......... Dr. Wilford Jones
Maureen McCormick .... Celia Elliott
Audrey Meadows ....... Mrs. Elliott
Dennis Morgan ........ Steve Bryan
Bert Parks ........... Dr. Michael Marbie
Jane Wyman ........... Sister Patricia

3.24 [--] The Love Boat: prod no. <prod. no. K-71>
15Mar80 ABC Sat
Produced by Ben Joelson and Art Baer and Henry Colman
Written by Ray Jessel, Tony Webster, Ben Joelson & Art Baer
Directed by Roger Duchowny.
director of photography: Irving Lippman.
(1) DUMB LUCK
Julie worries that her brilliant nuclear physicist friend will never find a man because her intelligence
intimidates suitors. She encourages her to act dumb to attract a man's attention.
(2) TRES AMIGOS
Vicki befriends a wealthy young passenger. While exploring the ship, they discover a stowaway, a young boy who
wants to visit his mother in Mexico.
(3) HEY, JEALOUS LOVER
A jealous husband terrifies the crew as he constantly threatens the guys, who he suspects are coming on to his
wife Gertrude.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Jayne Meadows Allen ... Gertrude Benson
Jennifer Darling ...... Alice Gaines
John Gabriel .......... Floyd Gaines
James Gregory ......... Milton Benson
Shelley Hack .......... Carol Ketay
Kevin Tighe ........... Chris
*
(end cast credits - to be verified)
Ronnie Scribner (Keith Gaines)
Tony Ramirez (Luis Rivera)

3.25 [--] The Love Boat: <prod. no. K-72>
29-Mar-1980 ABC Sat
Produced by Harvey Bullock and Ray Allen and Henry Colman
Teleplays by Harvey Bullock, Ruth Brooks Flippen, Sylvia Hecht / Stories by Lee Aronsohn d: Richard Kinon
Directed by Richard Kinon.
(1) CELEBRATION
The crew members wonder where Gordon gets the money to buy his recently hospitalized wife expensive gifts.
(2) CAPTAIN PAPA
Capt. Stubing and Vicki face an interview with a child services worker, who will decide whether the captain can
have full custody of his daughter.
(3) HONEYMOON PRESSURE
A newlywed couple has trouble consummating its relationship because the presence of the bride's bodyguards
makes the groom nervous.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Noah Beery ........... Gordon Larwin
Alice Faye ........... Betsy Larwin
Lois Nettleton ....... Susan Stoddard
Eve Plumb ............ Terri
Sal Viscuso .......... Mark
*
(end credits - to be verified)
Norman Alden (Ralph)
Richard Bakalyan (Ben)
Frank Campanella (Louis Rourke)
Alice Nunn (Harridan)

3.26 [--] The Love Boat: <prod. no. K-73>
05-Apr-1980 ABC Sat
Produced by Harvey Bullock and Ray Allen and Henry Colman
Written by Lou Patrick, Ray Allen, Jill Baer & Rick Shaw
Directed by George Tyne.
Executive Consultant Gordon Farr / Creative Consultant Lynne Farr
(1) VICKI'S FIRST LOVE
Written by Lou Patrick
Vicki develops a crush on popular singer Mark Redding (Rex Smith), but soon has her heart broken when she
misinterprets his kindness as something more.
(2) ACCIDENT PRONE
Written by Jill Baer and Rick Shaw
Two extremely clumsy people, who have recently been involved in an auto accident, alternately bicker and romance
each other--while everyone else tries to stay out of their way.
(3) THE HIGH COST OF LOVING
Written by Ray Allen
A man is afraid to become involved with a woman because the court recently forced him to give up a large portion of
his income to his last girlfriend. His lawyer tells him that he cannot sleep with any woman unless he first gets
her to sign a waiver.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Britt Ekland ........ Karen Ellison
Alan Feinstein ...... Don Barry
Steve Kanaly ........ Matthew
Rex Smith ........... Mark Redding
*
(end cast credits - to be verified):
Catherine Campbell (Louise)
Lois Areno (Angela)
Robin G. Eisenman (Dee Dee)
Shauna Sullivan (Vivian)

3.27 [--] The Love Boat: <prod. no. K-69>
19-Apr-1980 ABC Sat
Produced by Harvey Bullock and Ray Allen and Henry Colman
Written by Harvey Bullock & Ray Allen
Directed by George Tyne.
(1) INVISIBLE MANIAC
Isaac is nervous about the arrival of a famous model, who was his classmate in the first grade. The woman tries
to use Isaac to make her sports-obsessed husband jealous. Two sisters overhear Janet pretending to fend off an
attack by Isaac, and come to believe that a sex maniac is loose on the ship.
(2) SEPTEMBER SONG
An older woman undergoes a drastic makeover to shake out of her humdrum life, and encourages her skeptical husband
to do the same.
(3) PEEKABOO
Two attorneys must keep their affair a secret because they work for the same firm. He wants to make the relationship
public and get married, but she experiences doubts.
Guest Stars in Alphabetical oerder:
Peggy Cass ........... Faye Piermont
Ann B. Davis ......... Agnes
Clifton Davis ........ Mr. Reeves
Shelley Fabares ...... Kathy
David Hasselhoff ..... Tom Bell
Gordon Jump .......... Bill Piermont
BernNadette Stanis ... Janet Reeves
Jane Withers ......... Gladys
*
(end credits - to be verified)
Byron Morrow (Mr. Burrows)

3.28 [--] The Love Boat: <prod. no. K 74> (90-minute Special)
03-May-1980 ABC Sat
Produced by Harvey Bullock and Ray Allen and Henry Colman.
director of photography: Irving Lippman / music by Ben Lanzarone
(1) THE CALLER
A widow must make a serious decision about her friend, a woman being bothered by a mystery caller.
(2) MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE
A woman (Mildred Natwick) tries to marry off her brother (Maurice Evans).
(3) NO GIRLS FOR DOC
The male members of the crew are shocked when Doc swears off women, so challenge him to a bet.
(4) WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION
A detective (Larry Wilcox) falls for the woman he's protecting (Catherine Bach)
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Catherine Bach ............ Pat
Larry Breeding
Maurice Evans
Helen Hayes
James MacArthur ........... Rev. Scott Burgess
John McCook
Mildred Natwick
Christopher Norris
Larry Wilcox

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